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June 26, 2010 / Garde Girls..

No pushing

I was booked in for a caesarean. One of my friends called me lucky. I wasn’t sure how I felt about it and this was the start of what would be a worrying road of  reading books that like to tell me that everything that was happening to me was bad for my baby and the bonding. I longed to hear stories from other mums with my dwarfism who would tell me everything was going to be fine.  I had no choice I was far too small to push and call me old fashioned but I didn’t want to die during child birth. So on the 17th March 2010 my daughter was born after no pushing but plenty of medical staff and tilting tables.

I’m not going to describe the feelings I felt when I first saw my daughter, as it has been written about so many times and it’s hard to not steal other peoples lines. The experience and emotions are so unique that I just want to keep it to myself. All I know is I have never been so excited in my life to start this big adventure, together with someone who would turn out to be very quickly my most favourite person in the whole world and so far we’re having no problems with the bonding.

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